But i'm suprised that Tonga is monarchy! lol
Where as the worst countries of the world are all not monarchies.
Japan, U.K, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Holland, Monaco, Liechtenstein, Belgium, Luxembourgh. You can also through in New Zealand, Australia, Canada as monarchies as well.
Only absolute monarchies are usually bad countries and even then some of them are better than some of the surronding nations, like Thailand and Bhutan.
Even if one rates personal freedoms higher than they do income rates, crime rates some absolute Monarchies still rank higher than nearby republics, Like Kuwait, Oman, Qatar.
In europe many monarchs are held in higher esteem than thier politicians and usually poor huge sums of money into global charity projects. Some like Diana were loved even by non monarchies
Been a few months since I last took this quiz. Somehow managed to miss the Vatican despite the conversation we were having last time about the appropriateness of its inclusion on the list. Guess I should have remembered it was on here even if that's a bit odd. Only other ones I missed were Japan and the two land-locked South African countries.
I wouldn't recommend trying the same thing in Saudi Arabia or Thailand though.
The Queen's Royal style and title in Australia is Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God Queen of Australia and Her other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth.
Taken from: http://www.royal.gov.uk/monarchandcommonwealth/australia/australia.aspx
Tuiatua Tupua Tamasese Efi is their constitutional monarch...
the time seems fine to me, you do the ones you know and have a bit ov time left for some educated guesses. Not a typing contest without time to think and not so long that hou can just randomly put loads of countries in without rhyme or reason.
Thankfully things are better in Bangladesh now, but I still think he had a good point--why do people spend so much money and attention on people who are ultimately unimportant to our lives when we could focus our time and attention on the things that matter?
Haitham bin Tariq Al Said
In 2012, Liechtensteiners voted on whether to abolish the Prince’s right to…..
Is that really interesting? I slightly regret bothering to look it up to be honest; I thought it was going to be something like "... take any female over the age of 12 as a wife."
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